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  • Christine M. Flowers:

    Tuesday night I went through a crash course in what really matters, in humanity, in mortality. I was watching the news reports about the Amtrak derailment, and amid my secondhand anguish for injured strangers I thanked God, literally thanked him out loud,...
  • Hillary Clinton woos donors visiting campaign headquarters

    Hillary Rodham Clinton promised her most loyal supporters Thursday she will present a more authentic version of herself during her 2016 campaign for president than she did eight years ago. Clinton told a group of several hundred "Hillstarters," donors...
  • Obama turns to seldom-visited Camp David for Gulf talks

    CAMP DAVID, Md. He rarely comes here himself. But President Barack Obama chose to meet Thursday with representatives from the Mideast at Camp David, a place where presidents come to relax and sometimes get their peers to do business in the tranquil...
  • Harry Shearer's voice characters on 'The Simpsons'

    Harry Shearer's voice characters on 'The Simpsons'
    Harry Shearer, the voice of iconic "The Simpsons" characters like Ned Flanders and Mr. Burns, has confirmed he is leaving the show after 26 seasons. Shearer has been with the long-running animated series since it began in 1989. He reportedly is...
  • Democrats abandon free trade

    Democrats abandon free trade
    For a long time, there was a bipartisan consensus for free trade. President George H.W. Bush, a Republican, negotiated the North American Free Trade Agreement and Democrat Bill Clinton got it passed. It prevailed in the Senate in 1993 with the support...
  • Ann McFeatters: We're not ready for silly season

    WASHINGTON The silly season is coming, and we're not ready. First of all, we didn't get a long enough spring. It went from 50 to 90 degrees far too fast, even though the official start of summer is weeks away. But it also snowed 10 inches on Mother's Day...
  • Senate agrees to open debate on Obama's trade agenda

    Senators reached a deal Wednesday to move forward on President Barack Obama's trade agenda only one day after Democrats embarrassed him by blocking it. Lawmakers said roughly a dozen Senate Democrats agreed to let full-blown debate begin after both...
  • O'Malley: Americans in cities worse off than 8 years ago

    Close to a presidential announcement, Martin O'Malley said Wednesday that many Americans living in cities are worse off than they were eight years ago and Democrats in Washington wasted a chance to address poverty in the nation's urban areas. In...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Hillary Clinton can't waffle on Trans-Pacific Partnership forever

    Albert R. Hunt: Hillary Clinton can't waffle on Trans-Pacific Partnership forever
    To paraphrase Joe Louis, Hillary Clinton can run but she can't hide from the great trade debate that pits President Barack Obama and a handful of free-trade Democrats against Sen. Elizabeth Warren and most of the party in Congress. Topic A is the...
  • Teen pregnancy visionary steps down

    Teen pregnancy visionary steps down
    One advantage to being a reporter is, people generally feel obliged to return your phone calls. Not always, but often enough that you can learn interesting and important things. Sarah Brown always returned my phone calls. The head of the National...
  • Clinton family foundation raises big money and big questions

    Millions of dollars in foreign money sloshing around a presidential candidate, even in the name of helping the world's poor, is bound to spill over into controversy. Doubly so when it comes to the Clintons, America's two-for-the-price-of-one political...